Just for Kids Law

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Challenging the government: a young campaigner speaks out

Last week Just for Kids Law provided evidence to the Supreme Court of the impact of student finance restrictions on lawfully resident, British-educated students who do not yet have citizenship. The Supreme Court will rule on whether a 2011 change to the government’s student loan scheme is discriminatory and amounts to a denial of university education. Background In … Continue reading

Using research for strategic litigation: a case example

How helpful is research to practitioners in strategic cases involving challenges to the state, and what do practitioners need? Rachel Knowles is senior education and community care solicitor at Just for Kids Law and a teaching fellow at University College London’s Centre for Access to Justice. She recently succeeded in challenging the Department for Education’s … Continue reading